University of Idaho suspect's past revealed, former classmates tell all
Bryan Christopher Kohberger, the man allegedly behind the killings at the University of Idaho, was arrested in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, on Friday and is being charged with four counts of murder.
Fox News Digital interviewed some of Kohberger's classmates, who mostly described him as a bright and inquisitive mind who was also bullied for his awkward personality traits.
A former classmate of Kohberger's, Sarah Healey, told Fox News that Kohberger's awkwardness led to a lot of bullying, especially from female students who told him, "go away, creep" or "I don't want to hang out with you."
Healey also pointed out that "I honestly think that's what led up to this, because he didn't get the proper help, and it was mainly females that bullied him."
The picture painted by Kohberger's peers could shed light on the reasons why he would commit such a horrific crime.
Kohberger also reportedly had what could be described as an obsession with the criminal mind which could further explain his motive which has remained unknown.